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Independent (Newspaper) - February 25, 1940, Helena, Montana Montana the Helena daily Independent i5unday. February 25, j940 City briefs in Helena re. A today. It thai 4w it 37 i Hucel Ever re corded Hel thai Day a Lect Iuo. 9.9 1w1 0 this i like yer 37. Lowest recorded this Plato since 1880, -18.1 Jet total precipitation and hourly tempera at Helena for 24 Houre ending at it 30 p. A. Feb. 34. Hid. Precipitation .03 Inch. Eleew precipitation thu month to .03 Inch. Hairr d p in 1 a. To 3 1 p. M b 7 m 2 8 p. M 1 a. M 3 9 p. M 1 9 a. In 6 10 p. M 1 10 a. M 11 p m 0 11 a. To i 12 mid 0 12 noon 13 1 k. In 1 14 3 a. M 3 3 p. M ii 3 it. M 2 3 p. M 18 4 a. M 3 4 p. 10 19 5 m 4 5 p. A 19 time dry wet . M 4.9 4.8 03 a. M 9.9 7.4 p. M. 16.1 169 in Tolhur Clelta a fax. Man. Free. Havre 9 -10 Kat Lopell 13 .02 Cluj m -5 Cheyenne 43 18 Denver n 28 .01 Boise 49 33 .01 Boston 32 21 Calgary -2 -29 Chicago 33 30 Galveston 70 62 Jacksonville 65 42 Kaivas City 24 14 Loa Ansel 75 0ft Mann Rapolla it -9 new York 39 26 Oklahoma City 34 29 Omalia 13 3 to Rudd 44 38 bait Lake City ft2 3ft ban Francisco 41 84 Beattle 53 39 38 24 will Stoa 10 -16 maximum temperature and precipitation Are for 12 hours ended at p. A. Yeiter minimum temperature a for 12 Livours ended at a. Yesterday see Reeves cur music needs. Adv. Richman clothes. 1935-j. One Only repossessed Hoover for balance due. Will will of the f of. G. 1. It cliche was admitted to probate in District court yester Day by judge a. J. Horsky who named Lena Patenaude Helhe executrix without Bond As provided by the instrument. Cuilli. Dentist 105 e. 6th. Of permanent a Leo s. Phone tags a. Or. Teselle chiropractor 37. 39 Union Bank bide. Pm. Spencer Corse in individually de signed Nina Morrison 427 Broad Way. Phone he null Nell Sulli Van Secretary to or. L. F. Hall City county health officer yester Day reported 24 Ceca of mumps nine of Check in and one of f car let fever in Helena and one Fach of Scarlet fever and mumps Mill two of Chicken pox in the county. Helena mattress shop work guaranteed Ono Day service 310 10th axe. Pm. 336-w. J. L. Chicks Boller re to have been started by an Oil Burner destroyed a Brooder building and a bin lighter House on that. A. Or. Property of scratch gravel into Friday . Three Hundred fifty were lil led. The loss is mated Al several Hundred dollars. In Cist is selected for Gilbert and Sullivan production is scheduled action delayed housing court Case Trio Montana supremo court yes tryday postponed Mill monday a on th1? Salt or Tojo Ernnt Lioi Aulne Atli orly against Trio Ornt fulls Ralty Robin Roll. The pious his a author Ltd pro Lifilie lilo Netlon to Foric Lig Ralty Courll o comply Ivah terms of an asserted rom act prove Dill Tor the closing a a lain so roots Nyrl alleys and re the Kllc of a housing i Orono fails. Max i i Iii optometrists Complete optical service by appointment x. Mule Liono 1kto gowns and tuxedos cleaned and pressed the right Woy Royal cleaners cast of characters for the Helena Hugli school operetta "31. M. S. By Gilbert and still Lynn which will to Given at the High school auditorium March 7 and 8 web announced yesterday by Edward Al. Foord Public schools music supervisor who directs the production. A. M. S. Pinafore is a Breezy satire on the British Navy of a Century afro at which time it in Currod the displeasure of Queen Victoria. Some of the popular num Bers which will be heard in the operetta include we sailed the Ocean i m called when i was a a British tar is a soaring fair Moon to thee i the hours creep on he is an englishman and others. The cast the cast includes Mildred Johnson Josephine the Captain s daughter. Bill Plantenberg Ralph rack Straw. Charles crude Den it. Hon. Sir Joseph Porter r. C. Wilbur Welnitz Cap Nln Corcoran. Wilbur Wood Dick Deadeye. Harry Mcelhattan Bill Bob stay Boatswain. Henry Sherlock beb Becket Carpenter s mate. Tom Kwing . Cora Robertson Hebr. Edwinna Skinner Little Bulter cup. The first lord s Sisters cousins and aunts will include Ruth Gray Barbara Lovegreen Helen Meha Lich Virginia Stewart Charlotte West Mary Louise Cummings Vir Ginia. Eyre Dorothy Lucien eds Picotte Margie Smith Helen Weaver Lois Bessel. Doris Abel Ellinor proc Liway Hilda Peet Frances Miller Donna Polluch Helen Tay Lor Eleanor Belshin Irene Boh. Jeanne Evane Noreen Meale Vir Ginia Mccoy Yelko Ogata Margie Stephenson Helen Zimmerman Frances Davis. The sailors will be Alvin Fer. Chad Smith Russel Goranson Charles client Louis Perhay Hill orsello Richard Gralam John Jacobs Bob Kahlua Bob Kaiser. Frank Deal Milton Coty Jack Wohlfrom Olon Avadell Jack Mcguire. Bui Tot ten Gucu Mer Genii Thaler Edward Erlsman cd Ivarol los Wilson Hydes and by Ron Woods. Lois Hurt will to pianist. On Khoii menu for if full next week Montana May experience additional Snow during i he week the Fedrial weather Bureau predicted yesterday. Tho Outlook from feb. 2g to March u said for the Northern Blocky Mountain Region generally fair pc pit i the Mountain in Pic Middle of the week nearly Noni Uil but normor in the Middle of the temperatures yesterday generally Here warmer than the of ghz a Fioro lid Eastern Montana s cold Sun with temperatures dropping to 12 below at Points Friday night was Short lived. Yesterday to tempera lures were All around the Zero level or above. Helena received .03 of an Inch precipitation Early yesterday morn ing and the temperature Range Dur ing the Day was from Zero to 17 above. Uncle Aimoku tailor made suits a Price Joe Casteel tailor 417 North Mala for a better Job use Fuller paints Walker paint and wallpaper store ii x. Park phone 730 visit our steam heated lot tent 585 Anderson motors in the statement 1937 old Morlte "8" touring Fuller i Hom 511 personals mrs. Ted Kirkmeyer Lias been called to Denver colo., by Tho ill Ness of her Fol her. Or. And sirs. Earle have returned from a month s in California. Marjoria Gaines of Belt was a guest at Tho Harvey yesterday. Laben of Havre was a guest at the Harvey yesterday. A Rutlt or Sti t u of Jefferson City was at Tho Harvey yesterday. John c. Lane of three Forks was at the Harvey yesterday. A. W. Grork of was at the Placer Yuste Rolny. J. C. Girl Langton of my Sabula registered at the Placer yesterday. Or. And mrs. Jam in of great palls were guests at the Placer yesterday. John j. Welsh of was at the i acc yesterday. Sid toward of Missoula was at the Placer yesterday. A. Of. Raymond of great registered at Tho Elneer yesterday. Put lilo of waa a Puent at the Placer yesterday. Tom tj1k 1 Ion i is v fifty Yum Jiru Jour City Ivas in tonic or sports it the top of Ita cult nil sir Lily. Those wore Iho in Lar menu was inc Ruhig i oni the is at us of a mining Camp and assuming a position in the stun in Mon Tana 8 cultural Center. To Days Nhen rustic was being boomed As the next to focal inn Iii and a at age ran dully Between and town Nind. Felt orc Vicie the when John Majk Iuler tie mine opern House bringing Maud Granger Here in Ca nilus and Ninny another famous meow when Thuro were full Page in lilo to Oil papers pushing Lenox As Hie prime residential area of the Community when hip on did a in Shang business As a Marr Lent Callor in the basement of the Diamond Block. Civic Pride concentrated that year in to Helena athletics who rare managed by Bill Muth and who played just about the Best baseball in Montana. Perhaps that lineup will by Ling Back memories to a few who Are still around there was Hubbard at Short do yer in right Field Stewart at second base grotty did the catching and Keas did Tho pitching Mcdonald was at third base Gondolfo at first and Lindsay operated in Center held and Tutt in left Field. That was Tho year Tho new Ball Park s dedicated out near the Broad water natatorium and Salt and Denver clubs were brought in to play the Helena boys. Salt Lake unbeaten All year dropped three out of four to Helena and Denver did no better. Against Salt Lake with Helena two runs behind in the ninth and two men on base i Tutt hit Cue far into the crowd which made the Salt Lake fielder who handled the Chance so mad he picked up the Ball and threw to Over the carriages and into ten mlle Creek. It was a Long time before Salt Lake heard the end of that. In that boisterous year there Wero two stories which kept or Luna in an uproar. Tho first was the one Gen. Charles s. Warren to Tell about Jere Sullivan when they Wero mining Ovir at Vir Lnla City. A Bunch of the Hoys were Batching together and taking turns card of thanks we wish to thank our friends and for their kind expressions of sympathy tendered us during our recent bereavement in Tho inns of our beloved Hun hand and father. Dian Brady ind family. The prospector in last Chance Gulch Fly Mijkl Likhon with the cooking. When it foil sul Livau s turn to do the cooking Soccono suggested that Rice would make a Good addition to the me in and Scro went out buy it. A Siloro keeper in Virginia City assured him that he should Purchase plenty explaining patiently that Rice shrank when boiled. So Jere bought 2o pounds of Tho stuff and went Lime Imp Fly. Halt Lour to had uvary pot and Pun in Trio Shack filled Ului Rice and finally when every thing else was full he heaped it into two Para of rubber boots. When general Warren and lie rest of he miners came Home .11 non nor 1 ii inns Aprl cd it lir in Thi Nill Relhm o. Am my. Sin s p i i Nisi Natl j la in a i ii flip win i on j Hall for Kilmr Lefiti. Other Mem Horn to i v a Loos mrs. K. C. A to Opp and Conrad funeral Home in k. Al duh Arnim Clr Photic 7m there s no place like Home but it s no place to keep your valuable your and important will he much safer in our Safe Deposit vault where for As Little As a cent a Day they will he protected fire to Csc and . First National Bank and Trust co. In nor pc drum Pepo it in i Rimer t Fly Monk incl. Newspaper a spa Peri

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